New Exchanges added in 2021

Would love to get Japan and South Korea as soon as possible, please!

Just a reminder to everyone as to the expectation that was set.

Asia not the priority. European MSCI World Index countries most likely.

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Hey,

How come Canada isnt a priority as well? Apart from being one important exchange from a much more developed stock market, which is clear by being one of the few that belong to the 1 trillion dollar market cap exchange club. Plus, all the booming Cannabis and Psychedelic companies are listed there, plus some crypto companies!

Although I’m an european, please list that exchange before moving to secondary low liquidity and market cap european stock exchanges!

Thank you so much!

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Going by what David had said above, it’s no doubt because those exchanges are easiest and quickest for them to add.

But what’s the point of focusing on adding ‘easy’ stuff that there’s none to low demand for it from your customer base rather than spending more time and resources adding something that indeed is much more valuable by your clients?

Basically, just adding Exchanges that basically nobody cares for the sake of ‘adding exchanges’ does not seem preferable to adding something that people really look for.

Just my 2 cents, but I’m trying to figure out the logic here!

Thank you

Well define ‘nobody’. I’ve seen plenty of calls for the Swedish and Danish exchanges over the last year. The very reason I raised this post was because someone DM’d me asking if the Portuguese exchange was coming soon.

Don’t get me wrong, I agree, my personal preference would be HKSE, ASX and the TSE, but to say no one wants those others isn’t quite fair.

Let’s be honest, the very moment a new Belgian tech or blockchain company came roaring onto the scene, we’d all be up in arms that 212 didn’t have the Belgian exchange.

Adding these exchanges are likely cost and time effective for 212, costs us the customers nothing, and expands the platform and possibly entices more investors from those respective countries to sign up.

I’m just coming at it from a business change angle. Need to remember that 212 need to think about what enhances their business as well and we shuold try to see it from their perspective too.

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I’m a Portuguese myself and I couldn’t care less about the Portuguese Stock Exchange being listed or not.
I was event talking on business perspective from T212 side. Plus, if that apparently isn’t clear for everyone, which I assume it is not, then why not just simply hold a Poll Vote asking T212 customers which Exchanges are a priority to them for listing?

Because there is clearly a cost, an opportunity time cost and thereafter a financial one, if the priorities aren’t being set accordingly to customers expectations.

+1. :+1:

But if it brings a new referral campaign, with also free shares for referring Portuguese investors that want to invest on PSI, I’m in, on adding the Portuguese Stock Exchange. (And on other new markets and countries.)

And we know that there are always a lot of investors with home-bias. :wink:

So, for a business point of view, it could also be good to T212.

I don’t know if bringing another currency to T212, CAD, could also rise the T212 expenses or create more pressure on the T212 operational side (and also investors could also ask for CAD accounts and more asking for multi-currency accounts). That why perhaps the T212 priority to expand the EUR offer on the existing exchanges and bringing more EUR stock exchanges.

Another major developed country also missing is Australia.

Hi @David do you saw these requests?

Thanks in advance.

I’m portuguese and I care. I was the one that asked the question to @Joey_Fantana.

I understand that some stock exchanges have more potential than others, but I see some potential in some portuguese stocks, that’s why I asked.

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yes please add these exchanges :+1:

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